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delicately adjusted to descend uniformly            a          wf

once set In motion, the value of c; Is the I1}              a** *it j* i^f*

and the usual set of curves may be con*trut*tetL   Thr
taken as H plus weight of screw, the P,: W
the origin.

;                                                            CHAPTER 1*

'                             Pp. 58? and 8jg*   The  Platinum

mometen—It was Sir William                who firm

temperature by the

strutting his resistance thermometer In 1871.                           in

finding a material that would not             with         and

ature led to the instrument                                         until it*

improvement by Callendar and              who             a

wire shielded so as to         the                        of

The resistance-measuring               hat alto

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